Wild Hunt

Wild Hunt

by Julie G. Murphy
Wild Hunt

Wild Hunt

by Julie G. Murphy

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Overview

Draoideachta is the Gaelic word for magic in Ireland, a place of mystery, mists, and old gods that have been ruled by the Catholic Church since Saint Patrick in the year three hundred. But the Catholic Church in Ireland is dying and hemorrhaging magic. At the sights of holy wells, portal tombs, dolmans, and fairy forts, the veil is thinning.

The Third Prophesy of Fatima is finally in play. All together so is the potential for a magical free-for-all-feck-a-thon on the mist-shrouded island.

Laicized priests are in a takeover bid and in a summoning frenzy. To contain the Deathmatch, the Tuatha (who also want skin in the game) send forward in time their champion, a man cursed by the Morrigan when in defending himself, he killed her son. Abandoned at the age of five by his step father, Padric O'Duibh is a long-haired, woad-tattooed son of the God Ogma and a mundane mother.

Never take money from a fairy. Mealla O'Conner, a Métis by birthright, half Irish, and half Native American from Canada has a website to teach and certify shamans and witches. An unbeliever, she is learning what she has to bring to the party the hard way, while doing. The kettle is on the boil and their lives in dealing with these cute-hoor conjurers are on the line.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185703977
Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
Publication date: 04/09/2024
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 579,806
File size: 756 KB

About the Author

Julie G Murphy, has a M.A. in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University and a certificate in short story writing from LongRidgeWritersGroup®.
Her first book, Flipping Rich Bastards, was voted 1st place by a judge in the Helen McCloy Mystery Writers of America Scholarship for Mystery Writing; and from four others, it was awarded two thirds and a fourth.
She has two other books, a romance, Western Knight, a Melange Books/Satin Romance, and a YA utopic, As If Something Happened, published by TouchPoint Books.
She taught English as a second language in Nagasaki, Japan, and has lived in Ireland for two years, with her Irish husband. She went to sea with him on British Petroleum oil tankers. She was born in Idaho, the granddaughter of Spanish Basques, and spent one year with Boise State University in the Basque country in Spain. She now lives in Idaho and Florida.
With her publications and her master’s degree in Writing Popular Fiction, she has taught seminars. She is a professional member of Florida Writers Association that connects professional writers with promotional work.
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